I'm broadly interested in theoretical computer science, in particular approximation algorithms, computational complexity and quantum computing.
Some quotes about TCS/Science:
Yousef M. Alhamdan. Translated from Arabic: “What is Algorithm?”. Article in Risalat Al-Jameah of King Saud University, Issue: 1260, Feb, 2017.
Yousef M. Alhamdan. Translated from Arabic: “Science and Money; Which One is the Goal?”, Article in Risalat Al-Jameah of King Saud University, Issue: 1258, Jan, 2017.
in 2018, I completed a master degree in Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorial Optimization programme at the Novosibirsk State University, in Russia where I was happy to be supervised by Alexander Kononov. Before that, in 2016, I completed a master degree in Computer Science at the Ritsumeikan University in Japan where I was supervised by Shigeru Yamashita. I got my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from King Saud University, in Saudi Arabia in 2011.
Lecturer in Computer Engineering Department,
College of Computer and Information Systems,
ymhamdan (at) uqu.edu.sa